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June/July 2014 (vol. 11/1)

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BOHS 2014

Highlights of the 2014 British Occupational Hygiene Society annual conference

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Whole life monitoring

‘The prospect for charting the human genome and using that information to fully understand what was causing disease was a huge effort for science, and it is a disappointment that, in fact, it hasn’t really paid off,’ said Prof John Cherrie of the Institute of Occupational Medicine in Edinburgh. ‘When you look at the…      

John Ballard is editor of Occupational Health [at Work].

Author: Ballard J

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Occupational Health at Work June/July 2014 (vol. 11/1) pp12-15

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